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Engineer Students in the Classroom

The Engineering Club

The Engineering Club is a social and service organization that is open to engineering students of all concentrations.  Activities include movie nights, trips to local industrial companies, guest speakers, and tutoring sessions. 

Moderator: Robert Pond,

Students working on computerRobotics Club

The mission of the Robotics Club is to encourage students and faculty to discuss, prototype, and test robots that they choose to create on their own and with others. Students also participate in robotic competitions.

Read about the Robotics Club:

Moderators: David Hoe,, Mary Lowe,, and David Binkley,

Robotics Club Facebook 

Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

The Loyola University Maryland Society of Women Engineers (SWE) Collegiate Interest Group was founded for the Fall 2012 semester. This student run group is intended to provide fun events, educational resources and networking opportunities for female engineering, physics and computer science majors.

The Society of Women Engineers was founded in 1950 by a group of over 60 female engineers and engineering students in order to provide a network of women in a male dominated field. SWE offers scholarships for students and networking, volunteer and learning opportunities for all its members. Its mission is to “stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.” It is not necessary to be an official member of SWE to participate in Loyola’s SWE group, but we encourage you to find out more about the benefits of being a SWE member by visiting their website.

Moderator: Raenita Fenner,



Summer research with the Hauber Fellowship program allows undergraduates to spend 10 weeks each summer working on an independent project under the guidance of Loyola faculty.